Linda Trim, director of FutureSpace, explains that proworking is the “mature older sibling” of coworking.
Proworking is increasing in popularity with professionals and businesses who are seeking a shared workspace with a posh image.
“There is now a clear and growing distinction between coworking spaces which tend to cater to freelancers, and pro-working offices which offer a more formal, luxurious environment with facilities to match,” said Trim.
Many businesses have come to realize the many benefits of a shared office space, but could not find a coworking space on the market that lined up with their identity. Many coworking spaces are geared towards freelancers and informal startups.
With this, companies looking to operate on a traditional structure with like-minded businesses are seeking out a shared space that meets their needs. That’s where proworking comes in.
Proworking also offers the community spirit that has been popularized by coworking, as well as the other perks of shared office spaces such as flexibility, low-costs, networking opportunities and more.